Dewitty took his official trip to UCLA the first weekend in December and was hosted on his trip by freshman safety Chris Horton.
"It was a real cool trip," said Dewitty. "I liked the players at UCLA and saw a lot of good things there."
Dewitty visited Arizona State the following weekend, and was set to make it three weekends in a row with a trip to Kansas State, but moved it until mid-January. "I will take my trip to Kansas State and then I'll probably decide after that," said Dewitty.
Last summer, Dewitty attended UCLA's Four-Day Camp, and spent time working with the defensive backs, while also getting a chance to check out the campus.
"Coach (Jon) Embree is recruiting me," said Dewitty. "I like Coach Embree a lot and remembered him from when he was at Colorado." UCLA had their in-home with Dewitty last month, as did Arizona State, and both put the full-court press on. "UCLA wants to bring me in as an athlete, and decide later where I'd play. Arizona State wants me as a running back. Both are good options."
This year, Dewitty had a monstrous senior year, rushing for nearly 2,200 yards and 38 touchdowns for Cherry Creek. He was named the Colorado Springs Player of the Year and a first-team all-state selection.
He has a 3.0 GPA and will take the SAT at a later date.